Eliza

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  • Birthday August 19

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    Somewhere in Crimea

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  • Favorite Fire Emblem Game
    Radiant Dawn

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  1. Revelations Pick my Units

    Flora paired with corrin and class changed to a bow knight, but she can only use magical weapons (shining bow, leo's iceblade, levin sword).
  2. Rate the video game song above

    I'll rate the wind waker one since in my opinion that's the best of the three. 8/10, it's a prime example of classic gaming songs being made better with the conversion to the warriors style of music. Catchy tune and doesn't get boring- perfect for a game like Hyrule Warriors. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iEkI95MwlkE Battle theme from Project Octopath Traveler
  3. To Easy Mode or Not to Easy Mode?

    Easy is the way to go with starting Radiant Dawn. It allows you to train anyone you want in the game without having to worry about properly distributing xp, and the harder chapters are much more tolerable.
  4. Tempest Trials you'd like to see?

    This would take a ton of new content to be added, but a Radiant Dawn tempest trial. 40%: Micaiah, Sothe, Ike, Sanaki 20%: Kurth, Ena, Reyson, Leanne Sephiran/Lehran as reward So this trial would probably run after we got 2 Radiant Dawn banners containing the characters mentioned. I'd like to see more characters added besides the ones mentioned but that's a whole other discussion. This tempest trial would center around Ashera being revealed to be the creator of the tempest, and how the heroes of Radiant Dawn followed the tempest to Askr. I'd imagine that Ashera would be the boss and this would be the final tempest trial. Sephiran would be your reward unit, as he would be remaining close to Ashera throughout all of this and switch sides at the last second like in Radiant Dawn. Also, the two sacred seal rewards I'd like to see for this are adept (allows unit to attack twice in a row if initiating combat at 30 percent health) and imbue (for magic units only, allows unit to restore hp equal to 25 percent of magic every 3 turns).
  5. All of them have their uses in the endgame, but I consistently bring Leonardo and Edward (with them A supported).
  6. FE7: Fiora (Wil) Sacred Stones- Eirika (Innes) POR: Nephenee (Geoffery) RD: Nephenee (Geoffery) Mystery: Camus (Caeda) Awakening: Cordelia (Sumia) Fates: Flora (Leo) Echoes: Silque (Mathilda) I haven't gotten to a point in any of the other games to pick a favorite character, but this is it so far.
  7. Least favorite: FE Fates Birthright 1: They didn't completely remove classic mode so it can still prove to be a challenge. 2: The art style of Hoshido and the characters was actually pretty unique and a breath of fresh air for the series. 3: Takumi. He was not only a great archer statwise but his character was decent too. 4: Kinishi Knights were a great idea and we don't have enough flier ranged units. 5: Every interaction with the Nohrian royals in the lategame, especially Leo and Elise. Favorite: Radiant Dawn 1: Meg and Fiona. They're irredeemable units. I've tried countless times to train them up and every time they've turned out badly. 2: The blood pact. No further explanation needed. 3: Every villain except the Black Knight was very poorly done and had no character or motivation whatsoever. 4: The Dawn Brigade lacked capable tanks. 5: The Wii had the capability for online play, but unfortunately Radiant Dawn didn't get to put it to use. Just imagine online matches against each other with tier 3 units and laguz being put to use, and all the great maps in the game being used again. You could even of had a structure where one team would attempt to Seize and the other would defend, with plenty of maps to use like Fort Alpea, the various forts in part 3, and even the river crossing map. There was just so much that was possible that was missed out on.
  8. 2nd Playthrough Draft

    Use Lucia and preferably, give her the Alondite. As for forged weapons forge a sword called Frostbite for her, with high attack and crit. It'll be easier to put her to use if she gets a bit of xp in her one level in part 2 and if you give paragon to her in part 4 chapter 2. With enough kills in normal mode she'll be able to promote at the end of that level at the latest, and then in 4-5 she can be fed enough experience to be viable for endgame. Resolve is also very useful on her if you're looking for other skills for her.
  9. As someone who's played through Radiant Dawn at least 20 times at this point (I've done a lot of playing around with different characters) I can say that Micaiah is an extremely underrated endgame unit IF you get the correct growths throughout the entire game, these being magic, luck and resistance. With the amount of magical enemies that you face in the endgame, if her resistance is high enough then getting doubled won't matter because enemies will be barely damaging her. Magic is vital because, duh, she's a slow mage, and she needs to level up luck constantly to be able to dodge in part 3 and 4. If she can't dodge then she'll just be the reason why you get game overs so much as usual. All in all, I think gameplaywise if you train her she turns out very well, and the thani spell is invaluable. Also, unless you're low manning the Dawn Brigade, she's the only healer worth training- Laura just takes too much energy to level starting at level 1. Characterwise..... I think that she's just a decent character. Micaiah has her strengths in character, my favorite of which being (don't shoot me for this) her ability to continue to fight for a losing cause against all odds no matter how much the world may paint her as evil just to protect her people. Most people hated her choices in part 3, but I think that those chapters playing as the Dawn Brigade were some of the best moments of the game, and she deserves more credit for being the focus of that. As for weaknesses, or rather what I would improve upon her, I'd like to share the idea that Mangs came up with for fixing Micaiah's character in one of his videos for his letsplay of Radiant Dawn. Basically, Micaiah should of been an actual tactician, extremely smart and skilled, and have a bit of credibility in general for being what she would be, like how Soren was regarded in the Laguz Alliance. It would of made the parallel between Soren/Ike and Miciaiah/Sothe fit so much better with two great tacticians fighting on each side with two people devoted to them helping lead their respective armies. So in the end, I like Micaiah, but her faults keep her from being one of my favorite characters.
  10. Predict Smash 5's roster

    I've always liked Link's tp outfit the best and it fits his moveset very well so there's no need to change that. Since this thread is talking about predicting who will get in and not who I'd like in, these are the most logical choices to be added. The inklings are the obvious first choice to be added since Splatoon's been so successful. I don't think anyone from arms will be getting in, though- unless the game makes a ton of money in the next couple months. A Metroid villain would be nice to finally get, and I think that the main villain from the new prime game would be the logical choice to add. I'm honestly not sure what route Nintendo will go with Fire Emblem characters- if we get a new lord in FE Switch then there's a good chance that they'll be added, but who to drop from Fire Emblem's current roster in smash is a difficult question. It's unlikely that Lucina will be taken away just because of how popular of a character she is (same goes for robin), and Ike and Marth are series staples. Not to say that Roy and Corrin aren't popular characters- they have to be to make it into smash after all- but they're the most likely to go since they were only dlc additions in the first place. They'll probably return as dlc again. We'll probably get another addition to the roster from the Mario universe as usual. As for any other additions to the roster, it all depends on which franchises get attention from Nintendo and the fans in the coming years. We might get Wolf back as dlc, we'll probably get another Pokemon, and there will probably be a new character added form an older franchise- it could be anyone but I'm excited to see who they go with. The only other thing to tackle is third party characters. I wouldn't be surprised if there was another non-nintendo character added, and I'm really hoping for Snake to come back. That's about it.
  11. FE mechanics you want to see

    Elemental affinities would make sense to make a return. It was already present in Hyrule warriors and worked out well so why not pull it straight from Radiant Dawn?
  12. So, considering the huge cast of characters in Radiant Dawn, and that I usually end up using the same units all the time, I've decided I'm going to be the millionth person to do a PMU run to try and change things up. This'll be interesting. The specifics about it are that: I'm already using the 7 units required in the endgame (Micaiah, Sothe, Ike, Sanaki, a heron, Kurth and Ena). I'll only be using one heron in the entire game since there's only one allowed in the endgame. Besides the required units, I'm allowing 5 units to be picked per part. If someone is picked like Illyana who switches armies, they will take up a spot in both parts they appear in, so in her case it would be 1 and 3. The above rule doesn't apply to the Crimean Royal Knights (those who appear in part 2 but don't switch armies until late in part 3). This level will be played on hard mode the second time through, so those secret units will be allowed to be picked. Part 4 makes things really difficult in terms of organization, but I'd prefer that 5 units get picked that are recruited at this time too. Obviously 20 units and the required is a bit over the 10 units you can choose to bring in to the endgame, but I'd like to keep the numbers higher than a measly 10 so the main game can be a bit easier and if someone dies then we still have plenty of units left to bring into the endgame. Only one character suggestion per person is allowed. If you do pick someone, then you also will be able to choose the weapon that I bless for them and which army they are put in. That's about it for rules. So thanks for bearing through all that reading if you did, and hopefully you'll choose a unit for me to use!
  13. Disregard this post, it accidentally posted twice so just pay attention to the below. Sorry!
  14. Tier List?

    I know there's plenty of tier lists for Radiant Dawn online but they all vary in multiple ways and it's hard to find one that's completely correct. So, does anyone know of an official tier list or at least one that's more credible than others?